Donald Jay Grout papers, 1929-1989.


Grout, Donald Jay. Donald Jay Grout papers, 1929-1989.

Donald Jay Grout papers, 1929-1989.

"Grout Films Index" (3 ring binders) listing microfilms in the Music Library collected by Grout; "Grout Films Index Supplement" (folder); "Scarlatti Catalog," compiled by Michael Keller under the guidance of Donald J. Grout, cataloging the Scarlatti materials collected by Grout and held in the Music Library; and Grout address book containing information about libraries throughout Europe and a brief listing of some of the microfilms.

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